Choose the right form
I wish you (won’t talk, didn’t talk, don’t talk) so loudly. It’s not polite.
I’m having a wonderful time in London. How I wish you (are, were, will be) here now.
Sally failed at her exam. If she (worked, had worked) harder he wouldn’t (fail, have failed) at her exam.
It rained heavily at the weekend. If it (didn’t rain, hadn’t rained) at the weekend Alice would (go, have gone) on a picnic.
John lost his keys. If John (didn’t lose, hadn’t lost) his keys, he would (get, have got) in his flat easily.
The rain is getting heavier. I wish I (will have, had, have) my umbrella with me.
If Jane stays here a little longer, she (will be, would be, is) late for her classes.
If only John (has, had, will have) enough money to start his own business.
Mark is not in Moscow. If Mark (were, had been) in Moscow, he would (help, have helped) us now.
Fill in the missing words (down, in, out, over) and complete the sentences
Certain things are handed …….. from the old generation to the younger one.
I have a job handing ……. maps of our city.
The teacher asked the students to hand……… their tests.
The teacher hand….. books to all the pupils.
They handed the information … to the police.
When can you hand ….. your papers?
The gold ring has been handed….. in the family since the 17th century.
Express the same in English.
Эта вещь передается из поколения в поколение в моей семье.
Студенты раздавали значки всем детям на площади.
Сдайте свои тесты, пожалуйста.
Не могли бы вы раздать все книги,
Передайте эту ручку, пожалуйста.
Вам следует сдать все письма сегодня после уроков.